House Management

Barker, A. (1770). The Complete Servant Maid: or Young Woman’s Best Companion. London.

Cooke, J. (1764). The Complete Man and Maid Servant: Containing Plain and Easy Instructions forServants of Both Sexes. London.

Dictionary Rusticum, Urbanicum & Botanicum: Or a Dictionary of Husbandry, Gardening, Trade, Commerce, And all Sorts of Country Affairs. Volume II. Third Edition. London. (Dictionary is in alphabetical order.)(Available as a free eBook fromGoogle Books).

Glasse, H. (1784). The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy, Which Far Exceeds any Thing of the Kind yet Published. London. (Note: This particular edition adds fifty recipes for perfumery, including wash balls.)

Tully, M. (2006). The Packet IV, Being One More Collection of Patterns, Articles and Essays Pertaining to the American Revolution. Ballindallock Press; Baraboo, WI.

Smith, G. (1799). The Laboratory; or, School of Arts: Containing a Large Collection of Valuable Secrets, Experiments, and Manual Operations in Arts and Manufacturing. London. (Available as a free eBook from Google Books).

Whatman, S. (2000). The Housekeeping Book of Susanna Whatman. National Trust Enterprises Limited. Note: This was first published in 1776.